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Nuuksio Reindeer Park

Nuuksio Reindeer Park is Finland's southernmost place where you can see reindeer. The entrance fee includes feeding the reindeer, campfire coffee and bun in the atmospheric Lappish teepee and services of the staff. A small souvenir shop is open during the visit.

Dogs are not allowed in the park. Card payment is preferred.

NB! The Reindeer Park is located in a private area, please note that entrance to the area is allowed only during public opening hours or during pre-booked private visits.

SEA LIFE Helsinki

SEA LIFE Helsinki takes you on a voyage from the tropical oceans to the Arctic Sea. Discover fascinating underwater worlds, home to piranhas, crabs and starfish as well as sharks and rays. Visitors can step inside the ocean tank through a transparent tunnel.

The exhibitions present many species whose environments are threatened by pollution and other environmental damage caused by humans. SEA LIFE Helsinki is part of the pan-European Sea Life aquarium chain. The aim is to enlighten visitors about the need for protecting the sea environment.

SEA LIFE is located at Linnanmäki amusement park premises, and open daily, all year (except for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).

Natural History Museum

The Finnish Natural History Museum's exhibitions show the diversity of nature. The "Finnish Nature" exhibition offers a fascinating journey through Finland from the southern coast to the northern fells.The "History of Life" exhibition presents the course of the evolution from the Big Bang to dinosaurs and larger mammals of the Ice Age. Through the exhibition "World Nature" the visitor is taken on an exploration excursion that begins from the polar areas and ends in the tropical warmth. The secrets of the bones are introduced in the exhibition "Story of the Bones". The "Change in the Air" exhibition presents the research on climate change conducted at the University of Helsinki. Museum shop and café.

The free entrance days are canceled until further notice.